I am now offering
a new session, Emotion
animals. The purpose of this session is to release emotions trapped
in animals' physical bodies. Trapped emotions create pain and
distortion in the tissues, and can continue to "attract"
other emotions to the same location(s), causing chronic illness,
stress and pain.
Companion Animal's History Is Often a Mystery
When we "adopt"
an animal from the local Humane Society, pet-supplies store,
or even a friend or neighbor, we don't usually know about what
trauma that animal has previously endured. As with human beings,
such harsh experiences leave emotional wounds and scars. Often with
"street cats" or other litters unwanted by humans,
when kittens are separated from their mothers, they experience
the same kinds of wounds that humans do. These include feelings
of stress, rejection, anger, etc.
Because most people
are not trained to communicate with an animal to "hear its
story," we don't know how to remedy its behavioral "problems".
In addition, we are not trained to be dog or cat "whisperers"--who
know why animals do what they do and how to understand their
body language and other forms of communicating. I feel
so blessed to be able to be the "voice" of these dear
creatures by diagnosing the harmful emotions trapped in their
bodies and by then releasing them.
of Technology on Our Companion Animals
In recent years,
how many times have we met someone at a coffee shop--or even
lunch--only to find virtually everyone "on" their Ipads
or cell phones? There they sit, next to each other or across
from each other, not talking or even making eye-contact. A friend
of mine lamented recently that she observed her teenage son and
his friends sitting together in her living room and texting
During a Master
Class in Animal Communication teleconference last year, my animal-
communication mentor, Joyce
Leake, cautioned us about an alarming new trend: We are
imposing our emotional needs on animals "tri-fold." This is because, she said,
of how disconnected from each other we have become, largely due
to advanced technologies. Our cell phone talking, our texting,
"tweeting" and posting on "Instagram"--all
actually have taken us farther apart in our human interactions.
that when she communicates with clients' companion animals, she
has found that these creatures are so overburdened with their
guardians' emotional neediness that they are literally begging
for help. This
is the biggest challenge, Joyce emphasized, to animals' gift
to us of unconditional love. They desperately need respite .
. . from us!
animals often "absorb" their guardians' harmful emotions
because of their empathic relationship to them. Emotion
Coding Release is perfect for unburdening companion animals of
such harmful emotions.
My Emotion Coding
Release work is based on what I learned from Dr. Bradley Nelson's
Emotion Code--and from work I have alread done for a
number of my human clients. (Dr. Nelson has applied the term
"Emotion Code" to the protocols he uses to release
these trapped emotions from his patients.) When Dr. Nelson
began to apply these techniques to help his patients' animals,
he was surprised that they worked miraculously-- most notably
with behavioral issues: